Glossier Mega Greens Galaxy Pack Review | Mask Monday

[MUSIC] It feels like it has been forever since I
have filmed one of these Mask Mondays, and I know that they’ve been really sheet mask
heavy, so I decided to switch it up a bit with an actual smear-on-your-face mask. The Glossier Mega Greens Galaxy Pack has just
been hanging out in my bathroom cabinet pretty much since I got it, but since my skin is
congested I figured that this would be the perfect time to test it out since it is a
mud mask that is focused on detoxifying the skin. The mask itself doesn’t really have much of
a scent – it’s very, very mild, so for people that have sensitive skin that’s a huge plus. It has a very pale green appearance with a
tiny bit of grit in it and it feels a bit more aqueous than your typical mud mask – it’s
still pretty thick though. So I’m just gonna go ahead and smear this
all over my face using my fingers. Normally I use a paddle foundation brush to
do this, but I can’t find mine right now so I’m just gonna go head and get down and dirty
with this. I gotta say though, despite the lil’ tiny
bumpy grains in here, this is one of the smoothest applying mud masks that I’ve ever tried that
has this kind of semi-solid viscosity or texture or thickness to it – whatever I’m trying to
say. You know what I’m talking about, y’all. So it’s applying on like a dream. It honestly feels a little bit hydrating,
which is kinda funny, but only time will tell when this thing does it’s work and we rinse
it off. I’ve gone ahead and applied it all over my
face. I’m going to be doing a moisturizing mask
later, so I don’t really care if my dryer bits of my face are getting the treatment,
they are going to be dealt with later. This is my first time using it so I don’t
really know if it’s going to dry down completely or whatever, so I guess I’m just gonna chill
out for a little bit and see what happens. It’s been about a good 20 minutes and this
for the most part is completely dry. There’s a few patches that were pretty thickly
applied that haven’t completely gone down all the way. If you guys’ve noticed something really cool
happening since this has been dry – it’s the fact that I am talking freely without having
to sit here like this trying not to move my face as much as possible to avoid cracking
the mud mask. I really like the fact that this is flexible. I was able to eat tater tots while I had a
mask on, and if that is not living the American Dream, I don’t know what is. I also like that this has left a slight green
cast on my face so I actually know when this is dry instead of just looking wet the entire
time, so that’s pretty cool. I’m gonna go ahead and rinse this off and
I’m gonna come back and show you guys the results. Removal was really simple. Basically the second the water hit it it emulsified
into what felt like an oil cleanser. The only thing that gave me a little bit of
trouble was the white kaolin clay that was just hanging out along the higher points of
my face that I couldn’t really get with my fingers while just splashing my face with
water, but it still removed pretty easily, especially for a mud mask. Now as for my skin, it definitely looks a
lot brighter than it was before, maybe a little bit more healthy. I don’t feel overly stripped of my oil, which
I like because I hate it when mud masks suck every single drop of your natural moisture
out of your skin – it just drives me bonkers and I feel awful. This one doesn’t do that. I really like that. That being said, it’s probably not the worlds
most detoxifying mask, but it still does a pretty good job of clearing out my pores because
my pores right here underneath my eyes on my cheeks, they definitely look a lot less
congested than they did, y’know, 30 minutes ago. A few zits on my cheek are still there…
that’s obviously not gonna come out with one single mask, but they do feel a lot less angry. Overall, I really like this mask. It does some detoxification, it’s really comfortable
to wear, especially when it’s drying – you can still continue on with conversation, or
eat things, or whatever and because of that I’m probably going to bring it with me to
Oregon so when I have a Girl’s Night with some of my friends that I haven’t seen in,
like, a year, we can have a mask evening and still chat about everything. And I also like that it doesn’t completely
suck everything out of my skin in terms of oil because, like I said it’s uncomfortable
and I don’t like it. That being said, I’m still going to follow
it up with the Glossier Moisturizing Moon Mask because that’s just what I do whenever
I do a detoxifying or mud mask – I always follow it up with something that is a little
bit more hydrating. So y’all are gonna see my review of this next
week, but in the meantime, thank you so much for tuning in. I hope that you enjoyed this video. If you have any further questions about this
product make sure to ask me down in the comments below. Also in the description bar I have a 20% off
offer, I guess, or code to use on your very first Glossier purchase so that’s pretty rad. I would recommend highly the Boy Brow and
the Milky Jelly Cleanser, and also this seems to be a pretty decent soft but detoxifying
mask to check out if you want to. Anyways, I’ve rambled to the point where I
forgot what I was going to say prior to all of that, so I will bid you adieu, and I will
see you later with more content. Bye!

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